Denver B-Cycle opened for its fourth year of operation last Monday, March 18 2013 with additional stations at the Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science and Auraria Campus. These three new stations are among the 30 B-Cycle plans to add this year to bring 83 bike share stations to the system.
The North American Handmade Bicycle Show 2013 begins Friday in Denver, Colorado. Cyclelcious will be there to shoot photos and talk to the builders.
It occurs to me that NAHBS is the perfect opportunity for local builders to get word of their craft out to people outside of the endemic cycling media. You all really should send a press release to your local media to let them know what you do. You have a compelling story that people outside of the small world of bike nerds would like to know about.
Chris Connor in Denver, Colorado builds his Woody 29er Scorcher in Denver, Colorado.
You might recall the city of Black Hawk, Colorado, which banned bikes from the state highway that runs through town.
A trio of touring cyclists were ticketed on June 4, 2010 for violating the ordinance. Local and district courts affirmed the citations, so Jamie Webb, Jeffrey Hermanson, and Michaleen Jeronimus took it to the Colorado Supreme Court, which reversed the district court decision by deciding that local law which contradicts state is pre-empted.
Remember, all, the 2013 North American Handmade Bicycle Show begins in less than three weeks in Denver, Colorado. Visit the official website for details. If you don’t like lines, BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE. You’ll save time and a little money.
Rene Herse, Mark Nobilette and Bruce Gordon will hold their own show unaffiliated with NAHBS on Saturday, February 23 at the Denver Marriott City Center Hotel. Rene Herse specializes in vintage goodies and randonneur specialty items in Boulder. Mark Nobilette crafts beautiful steel lugged frames north of Longmont. Bruce Gordon in Petaluma, California specializes in touring rigs.
Colorado cycling advocates seek to overturn cycling ban in Black Hawk.
The gambling town of Black Hawk, CO banned bikes in January 2010. A trio of cyclists rode through town on purpose to test the law. Nearly three years later, the Colorado Supreme Court began hearing arguments on Thursday on the gambling town’s bike ban.